Mediaproxy Helps Tata Sky Comply

Premium DTH provider turns to Mediaproxy for compliance assurance.

India’s premium and leading DTH platform Tata Sky has chosen the Mediaproxy LogServer IP as its next generation logging and monitoring platform. A total of 400 channels will be recorded at its state-of-the-art New Delhi based facility. The system will be installed and supported by Ideal Systems, Asia’s largest broadcast systems integrator and Mediaproxy's dedicated partner for over 10 years.

Erik Otto, CEO at Mediaproxy, is excited. He said "Tata Sky has pioneered multiple services on the DTH platform in India, including the recording facility and established itself as the premium provider across geographic and social strata with local and mobile platforms. We are excited to be working with Tata Sky’s talented group of engineers to support their compliance requirements."

Tata Sky Ltd is a joint venture between Tata Sons and 21st Century Fox.

The highly reliable LogServer IP platform provides continuous SD and HD multi-channel recording and live monitoring of video, audio and real-time meta-data sources. Contents may be reviewed and managed 'long after the event' for legal and commercial compliance requirements and competitive analysis. Mediaproxy's leading edge user interfaces allow for extensive search, export and content retrieval across multiple distributed servers from various devices and platforms. LogServer greatly enhances content management and QoS while lowering overall operational costs.

Promod Mathur, Managing Director at Ideal Broadcasting India Pvt Ltd. says, “Ideal Systems has a longstanding history of implementing Mediaproxy solutions that extend well beyond India to some of Asia's biggest Playout and DTH platforms. We are excited to be partnering with Mediaproxy again and to be the system integrator of choice for continual work for (Tata Sky) one of India's biggest DTH operators."

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